El Salvador: Food DIANA Invests $1.8 Million
With the inauguration of the new distribution plant that is located in Chalatenango, Industrias Alimenticias Diana expects to serve the northern part of the country.
Thursday, February 12, 2009
Daniel Calf, in his article of Elsalvador.com, writes: "The company invested $1.8 million in five blocks, where it built 2,500 square meters for offices, stores, a dispatch area, a cafeteria, waiting areas, and a gas station, which are located at the Amayo turn-off, kilometer 52 of the highway to the city of Chalateca."
The company opened new facilities at the South logistic park.
Pollo Rey invested $20 million in moving its processing plants while Cargill is spending $25 million in a new distribution center.
The company invested in a new production line and a regional distribution center.
With an investment of $11.5 million, the new distribution center would be ready in El Coyol, Alajuela, in August.
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